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2015 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Experience

ck8652ck8652 Posts: 1
edited May 2015 in Ford
I'm really surprised the Escape is one of the best selling SUV's in the USA and almost nobody inquires or posts their deal. I leased one the other day so I thought I'd go ahead and share it.

2015 Escape SE 27150 MSRP, leased for $262/mo with 1500 out of pocket in Phoenix AZ. 36mo/12k miles

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  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    Thanks for posting and yeah, seems like the CR-V tire-kickers are always trying to make sure they are getting a good deal. Not so much the competition, like the Escape or the CX-5 either.

    Congrats on the new ride!
  • Hi, can you tell me the MF for 2015 ford Escape SE and Titanium 12k/36 in NY. ALso, do you have January info yet? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    lucyred said:

    Hi, can you tell me the MF for 2015 ford Escape SE and Titanium 12k/36 in NY. ALso, do you have January info yet? Thanks


    1.25% APR and 57% residual (assuming AWD). $1250 lease cash.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    lucyred said:

    Hi, can you tell me the MF for 2015 ford Escape SE and Titanium 12k/36 in NY. ALso, do you have January info yet? Thanks

    Current Ford numbers are good through 1/5/15.

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  • can i get the mf and residual on 2015 escape titanium awd in ohio. 36months and 10.5k.
    also, i see 1750 lease money offered? is that correct?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988

    can i get the mf and residual on 2015 escape titanium awd in ohio. 36months and 10.5k.
    also, i see 1750 lease money offered? is that correct?


    1.25% APR and 56% residual. $1750 lease cash.

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  • eaglesfan83eaglesfan83 Posts: 5
    edited January 2015
    Looking for advice on a Ford Escape Titanium FWD

    Looking at a MSRP of $30,480

    I am not sure how much I can negotiate off sticker I am hoping to get the car for around 26-27k. Car is located in Hawaii.

    Looking at 12k/36 month lease. What is the current MF/residual?

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988

    Looking for advice on a Ford Escape Titanium FWD

    Looking at a MSRP of $30,480

    I am not sure how much I can negotiate off sticker I am hoping to get the car for around 26-27k. Car is located in Hawaii.

    Looking at 12k/36 month lease. What is the current MF/residual?

    Thanks!


    1.25% APR and 55% residual. $1750 lease cash.

    No telling what different numbers you might get in Hawaii, though..

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  • got my daughter a lease on a 2015 SE $26985 36m 10500 miles $3000 down $220 month
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    joe1123 said:

    got my daughter a lease on a 2015 SE $26985 36m 10500 miles $3000 down $220 month


    Congrats! How does she like it?

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  • Was wondering if I'm eligible for the COMPETITIVE CONQUEST BONUS CASH $1000 in NY state- currently I own  a non ford and am receiving the 1750 lease cash.


    Lease deal: 2015 SE FWD 200a package 10500, 36mo, true zero down (1st payment only) for 285/mo.
  • Also was wondering if there is a difference in residual b/t the SE AWD and the SE FWD for 2015. Thanks very much!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    dwk1999 said:

    Was wondering if I'm eligible for the COMPETITIVE CONQUEST BONUS CASH $1000 in NY state- currently I own  a non ford and am receiving the 1750 lease cash.


    Lease deal: 2015 SE FWD 200a package 10500, 36mo, true zero down (1st payment only) for 285/mo.
    dwk1999 said:

    Also was wondering if there is a difference in residual b/t the SE AWD and the SE FWD for 2015. Thanks very much!

    1.25% MF for 36 months, $1750 lease cash.

    36/10.5 residual for both FWD and AWD are 56%.

    I am not certain how the incentives stack, but I think you can add the conquest cash to the lease cash.

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  • laufinelaufine Posts: 18
    Can you tell me what the lease RV and MF are for an Escape Titanium AWD? 36 mo. 10mi/yr.?

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    laufine said:

    Can you tell me what the lease RV and MF are for an Escape Titanium AWD? 36 mo. 10mi/yr.?

    Thanks!

    1.25% MF and $1750 lease cash.

    56% residual for 36/10.5K

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  • rnwrnw Posts: 6
    Please provide residual value and money factor on a 2015 Escape S model and the Ford acquisition fee for the lease. Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    edited February 2015
    rnw said:

    Please provide residual value and money factor on a 2015 Escape S model and the Ford acquisition fee for the lease. Thank you.


    1.25% APR and 50% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr. $1750 lease cash.

    I don't have the acquisition fee information.

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  • rnwrnw Posts: 6
    Thank you very much for prompt response...
  • Just a comment about the 2014/15 Ford Escape. Test drove an AWD 2.0 Turbo and wow! What a fun vehicle to drive. Solid, agile, plenty of power to move you for sure. My wife wants to wait another year, her 2010 Escape runs great, still in good shape so she is in no hurry to trade in.
  • 2015 escape 4wd titanium - are there any rebates and or apr deals for a cash sale at this time in Delaware
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    You can check Escape incentives here. Usually those are nationwide but not always, so go ahead and stick your own zip code in when you check my link.

    I'm seeing a lot of "hood money" ($1,500+) and lots of zero percent financing if you decide not to pay cash.
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  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    Looking to see if this is a good deal or not...

    3 year, 15,000/miles. $1000 down to cover basic drive off's a and a bit more.

    2015 Escape Titanium 1.6L FWD
    Equipment 301A
    Panorama moonroof
    19" wheels

    MSRP: 35,895
    Sell Price: 30,100
    MF: 1.25
    RV: I believe he said 60% over the phone but will verify tomorrow.

    The payment comes out to $392.76 all in with taxes.

    Thanks!

  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    av8r85 said:

    Looking to see if this is a good deal or not...

    3 year, 15,000/miles. $1000 down to cover basic drive off's a and a bit more.

    2015 Escape Titanium 1.6L FWD
    Equipment 301A
    Panorama moonroof
    19" wheels

    MSRP: 35,895
    Sell Price: 30,100
    MF: 1.25
    RV: I believe he said 60% over the phone but will verify tomorrow.

    The payment comes out to $392.76 all in with taxes.

    Thanks!

    Location is Riverside County, CA - 8% sales tax
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    av8r85 said:

    Looking to see if this is a good deal or not...

    3 year, 15,000/miles. $1000 down to cover basic drive off's a and a bit more.

    2015 Escape Titanium 1.6L FWD
    Equipment 301A
    Panorama moonroof
    19" wheels

    MSRP: 35,895
    Sell Price: 30,100
    MF: 1.25
    RV: I believe he said 60% over the phone but will verify tomorrow.

    The payment comes out to $392.76 all in with taxes.

    Thanks!

    I confirm the 1.25% MF but the 36/15 residual is 53%; 60% is for 24 month terms.

    Using the 53% residual with your MSRP and selling price, I get a pre-tax payment of $333.20. What state is this? I find it hard to get to $393 from $333.

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  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    Michaell said:

    av8r85 said:

    Looking to see if this is a good deal or not...

    3 year, 15,000/miles. $1000 down to cover basic drive off's a and a bit more.

    2015 Escape Titanium 1.6L FWD
    Equipment 301A
    Panorama moonroof
    19" wheels

    MSRP: 35,895
    Sell Price: 30,100
    MF: 1.25
    RV: I believe he said 60% over the phone but will verify tomorrow.

    The payment comes out to $392.76 all in with taxes.

    Thanks!

    I confirm the 1.25% MF but the 36/15 residual is 53%; 60% is for 24 month terms.

    Using the 53% residual with your MSRP and selling price, I get a pre-tax payment of $333.20. What state is this? I find it hard to get to $393 from $333.
    This is in Southern California, Riverside County to be exact.
  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    Michaell, also how do you factor the MF into the equation? I'm used to seeing a MF with a .00030 or something like that. When I tried to multiply by 1.25 I'm getting some really out of whack numbers....

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    av8r85 said:

    Michaell, also how do you factor the MF into the equation? I'm used to seeing a MF with a .00030 or something like that. When I tried to multiply by 1.25 I'm getting some really out of whack numbers....

    Thanks!

    To convert from a percentage to a decimal, divide by 2400.

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  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    Got it thanks! That seems like a very high MF now. Does Ford allow its dealers to play with that to get more profit margin?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    av8r85 said:

    Got it thanks! That seems like a very high MF now. Does Ford allow its dealers to play with that to get more profit margin?

    yes

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    av8r85 said:

    Got it thanks! That seems like a very high MF now. Does Ford allow its dealers to play with that to get more profit margin?

    You have it wrong.. 1.25% / 2400 = .00052

    That's a pretty low money factor..

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  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    New deal...

    Just wanted to get everyone's input.

    Looking at a 36mo/15k lease.

    2015 Escape Titanium 2.0 FWD
    Equip Group 301A
    Moonroof
    Nav
    19" Wheels
    Roof cross bars
    Tonneau cover

    MSRP $36,600
    Net Cap Cost $31,280 (w/ $1000 down)
    Money Factor: 1.25
    Residual: 53%

    Coming up with a lease payment of $388/mo including 8% sales tax.

    $500 down my payment is $398 and no money down I'm looking at a payment of over $400 which is out of my budget.

    I'm getting reports people are paying a lot lower and no money down. Can anyone attest to this?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    av8r85 said:

    New deal...

    Just wanted to get everyone's input.

    Looking at a 36mo/15k lease.

    2015 Escape Titanium 2.0 FWD
    Equip Group 301A
    Moonroof
    Nav
    19" Wheels
    Roof cross bars
    Tonneau cover

    MSRP $36,600
    Net Cap Cost $31,280 (w/ $1000 down)
    Money Factor: 1.25
    Residual: 53%

    Coming up with a lease payment of $388/mo including 8% sales tax.

    $500 down my payment is $398 and no money down I'm looking at a payment of over $400 which is out of my budget.

    I'm getting reports people are paying a lot lower and no money down. Can anyone attest to this?

    I get $385/mo with 8% tax, so pretty close to your calculations. The low residual is hurting your payment here.

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  • av8r85av8r85 Posts: 14
    Michaell, maybe I'm shopping the wrong vehicle then. Can you give me some suggestions on comparable cares with some of the same features that have a higher RV?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    av8r85 said:

    Michaell, maybe I'm shopping the wrong vehicle then. Can you give me some suggestions on comparable cares with some of the same features that have a higher RV?

    CR-V and RAV4 historically have high residuals.

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  • speedyd718speedyd718 Posts: 22
    edited February 2015
    Could I receive the money factor and residual for a Titanium 1.6 AWD? Looking at a 36mo/36,000mi term. I'm in Cleveland, OH.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821

    Could I receive the money factor and residual for a Titanium 1.6 AWD? Looking at a 36mo/36,000mi term. I'm in Cleveland, OH.

    1.25% MF and $1750 lease cash.

    36/12 residual for Titanium AWD is 55%.

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  • Can someone explain the money factor to me?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    dedepetro said:

    Can someone explain the money factor to me?

    With Ford, it's not actually a money factor but an APR. It is used to calculate the finance portion of the lease payment.

    Most other banks use a decimal money factor, to simplify the calculation. To get the equivalent money factor for Ford Credit's APR, divide by 2400.

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  • jmfljmfl Posts: 3
    I am looking at leasing a 2015 Ford Escape in southwest florida. Can someone tell me the money factor and the residual value for a 2015 Ford Escape SE?

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    jmfl said:

    I am looking at leasing a 2015 Ford Escape in southwest florida. Can someone tell me the money factor and the residual value for a 2015 Ford Escape SE?

    Thanks

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

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  • jmfljmfl Posts: 3
    36 months/12,000 miles a year. A sales man told me .75 for money factor and 53% residual. Does that sound right?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    jmfl said:

    I am looking at leasing a 2015 Ford Escape in southwest florida. Can someone tell me the money factor and the residual value for a 2015 Ford Escape SE?

    Thanks

    jmfl said:

    36 months/12,000 miles a year. A sales man told me .75 for money factor and 53% residual. Does that sound right?

    Hmmm, I'm showing a 1.25% MF this month and 55% for 36/12 on the Escape SE. My numbers are from Ford Credit.

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  • jmfljmfl Posts: 3
    Saw another dealer today in sw fl and they also said .75% money factor and 55% for residual on 2015 ford escape SE with upgraded engine 2.0 ecoboost. They gave me a paper with the following info on it:
    MSRP 27,875
    cap cost 25,560.52
    tradein - $500 (old van with broken ac)
    doc fee 699
    fees 364.50
    tax 7% 869.83
    rebate -3025
    total 23,968.85
    lease payment with zero down between 280-295; 1,000 down bw 249-264; 2,000 down bw 219-234;

    I followed article on edumunds on how to calcuate lease payment and my calcuations don't match the dealers. First I used 23968.85 as the net capitalized cost and came up with monthly payment around $252 with zero down; Then I though maybe I am not suppose to add in the doc fee, fee, and taxes to the net cap cost so I tried using net capitalzed cost of 22035.52 (cap cost-rebates) and that gave me a monthly payment of $197 for zero down. I am so confused. Can anyone help guide me in why my calculations are much lower than the dealer calculations for monthly payments.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,821
    jmfl said:

    Saw another dealer today in sw fl and they also said .75% money factor and 55% for residual on 2015 ford escape SE with upgraded engine 2.0 ecoboost. They gave me a paper with the following info on it:
    MSRP 27,875
    cap cost 25,560.52
    tradein - $500 (old van with broken ac)
    doc fee 699
    fees 364.50
    tax 7% 869.83
    rebate -3025
    total 23,968.85
    lease payment with zero down between 280-295; 1,000 down bw 249-264; 2,000 down bw 219-234;

    I followed article on edumunds on how to calcuate lease payment and my calcuations don't match the dealers. First I used 23968.85 as the net capitalized cost and came up with monthly payment around $252 with zero down; Then I though maybe I am not suppose to add in the doc fee, fee, and taxes to the net cap cost so I tried using net capitalzed cost of 22035.52 (cap cost-rebates) and that gave me a monthly payment of $197 for zero down. I am so confused. Can anyone help guide me in why my calculations are much lower than the dealer calculations for monthly payments.

    Using $23,939 as the net cap, I get a pre-tax payment of $252.12 with $0 down.

    I would ask the dealer what the "net cap cost" is .. my guess is that some of the $3000 in rebates is being used to cover your up front costs (tax, doc fee, etc.).

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  • dimariadimaria Posts: 44
    Hi, Can you provide me with the RV and MF for a 2015 Ford Escape SE in NJ for 36 months 10k or 12K. Thanks.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,988
    dimaria said:

    Hi, Can you provide me with the RV and MF for a 2015 Ford Escape SE in NJ for 36 months 10k or 12K. Thanks.

    1.25% APR and 56%/55% residual. $1750 lease cash.

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  • pm17pm17 Posts: 10
    Money factor and rv on ford escape titanium 15k miles. Front wheel drive.  Sf bay area Calif. 
    Livermore,  California. 
    Thanks. 
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